Radical Homeownership Part 2 (with MCLE credit)

What can a homeowner do to secure their own housing while shepherding their home into permanent community stewardship? How can homeowners be part of a movement toward reparations and re-matriation? A growing number of land trusts and real estate cooperatives are emerging to support this transition, and the Law Center has been studying useful legal and financial tools, like life estates, easements, co-ownership models, split title, and estate planning tools. We’re excited to share what we’ve learned, share examples, and hear your ideas, challenges, visions, and more.

 

This MCLE has been approved for 1.5 MCLE Credit Hours by the State Bar of California.

Note: There are two ticket levels! One for lawyers who need MCLE credits and one for community members. If you cannot afford to pay for a ticket, please email tia@theselc.org to request a scholarship. We want this event to be as accessible as possible.

INSTRUCTOR: Janelle Orsi is a lawyer, advocate, writer, and cartoonist focused on cooperatives, the sharing economy, land trusts, shared housing, local currencies, and rebuilding the commons. She is Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC), which facilitates the growth of more sustainable and localized economies through education, research, and advocacy. Janelle has also worked in private law practice at the Law Office of Janelle Orsi, focusing on sharing economy law since 2008.

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WHEN
October 28, 2020 at 4pm - 5:30pm PDT
WHERE
Online
Oakland, CA
United States
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CONTACT
Tia Katrina Taruc-Myers ·
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$50.00 Legal Professional Level
$5.00 Community Level
Choose this level if you're not a lawyer, but still want to join the training!

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